2014 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid 4dr Sedan (2.0L 4cyl gas/electric hybrid CVT)
I previously owned a Cadillac CTS, but I like the MKZ Hybrid much more.
I'm glad someone finally recognizes there is a market for this kind of car.
I respect that others want high-performance road racing cars, but I prefer a quiet, posh ride.
The technology is unbelievable.
The reviewers mention the computerized continually adjusting dampening system, but they don't mention that it "learns" along with brakes, acceleration, you driving habits, and road conditions to improve over time.
The cabin tech is out of this world--not enough space here to even begin.
Quiet, comfortable ride
Great handling in real-world driving conditions
Safety features including collision alert system and autodial 911 when airbags deploy
Lots of display options for monitoring hybrid system
Great human interface including voice commands, steering wheel controls with instrument cluster display, capacitive touch controls, and touchscreen
Fantastic THX II audio, lots of audio options
High reliability history in Consumer Reports
High owner satisfaction in Consumer Reports and JD Powers
Really cool cabin tech
Long list of features
Finally, luxury meets green (45 MPG)
I read the owner's manual to get all the benefits, but most people don't.
Lincoln should have more training for owners to teach them everything that you can do with this car.
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